[TenTec] corsair II filter?
Keith.Darwin at goodrich.com
Sat Nov 19 10:50:02 EST 2005
What don't you like about the TenTec 250 Hz filter?
The filter positions in the Corsair II has a different gain settings to
compensate for filter insertion loss. The extra gain of the narrow
slots may mess things up a bit if you put a wide filter in that slot. I
think it would be odd to have an S8 signal jump to S9 when you kick in
the "narrow" filter.
When I had a Corsair II I found the extra selectivity of the 250 Hz
filter to be beneficial. Sometimes 500 Hz just wasn't narrow enough
when working a weak signal in the presence of QRM.
- Keith -
From: tentec-bounces at contesting.com
[mailto:tentec-bounces at contesting.com] On Behalf Of k8bbm
Sent: Friday, November 18, 2005 5:40 PM
To: tentec at contesting.com
Subject: [TenTec] corsair II filter?
Hi, just got a Corsair II -
need suggestions about filtering for a casual contester, cw rag chewer,
Manual says on SSB, filter selection is the stock 2.4 and the next two
positions on CW, filter selection is one after the 2.4 and next two
I don't like the 250 hz filter, am thinking of INRAD and doing the
2.4 xmit/receive (stock) - then 2.4 inrad and 2.1 inrad
in the 1.8 and 500 hz slots, Then put 400 hz INRAD or the
500 hz TT in the 250 hz slot -
or would you put a narrow ssb filter in the 1.8 slot, then 500 tt in the
500 slot, the 400 inrad in the 250 slot?
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